Fox Valley Technical College offers the most efficient and affordable option for higher education in the Fox Valley.
Learn what's available to help finance a college education including scholarships, student loans and federal student aid.
Curious about what your total program price might be? This Net Price Calculator is intended to provide estimated net price information (defined as estimated cost of attendance — including tuition and required fees, books and supplies, room and board (meals), and other related expenses — minus estimated grant and scholarship aid) to current and prospective students and their families based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
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If you have questions about the Net Price Calculator or how to pay for college, please contact the Financial Aid team.
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Annual tuition is based on averages of 2 semesters with 12 credits each. This is tuition only – books, supplies, etc. not included.
Learn more about job openings with area employers and FVTC, including work-study jobs and internships. These opportunities can not only help you pay for college, they can also provide valuable work experience in your area of study.
Depending on your circumstances, you may have access to other college funding options through various governmental agencies.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act - Assistance with career aptitude assessments, job search assistance, funding for school, or on-the-job training.
Trade Readjustment Act/Trade Adjustment Assistance - Unemployment Insurance benefit extension and/or college funding assistance for eligible employees from companies that can justify labor competition from foreign countries:
Learn more: Brown County Job Center, Fox Cities Workforce Development Center, Oshkosh Area Workforce Development Center
National Farmworker Jobs Program
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act – Assistance with career services and training, funding for school and related costs, weekly stipends, job search assistance and emergency assistance for eligible migrant and seasonal farmworkers.
Learn more: National Farmworker Job Program
Eligibility: National Farmworker Jobs Program Eligibility
People with Disabilities
This federal/state program helps people with disabilities get a job. Get assistance with college and training costs.
Learn more: Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
Skills Enhancement Program
If you work at least 20 hours per week and your household income meets the eligibility guidelines, you can get assistance with education-related expenses (tuition, books, miscellaneous fees), training-related transportation costs and/or child care expenses while attending classes.
Learn more: Advocap or CAP Services
Private loans are non-federal educational loans that are typically offered by private lenders to assist with educational and living expenses not covered by other financial aid. In general, you may borrow up to the cost of education minus all other financial aid you receive. Your eligibility for a private loan is determined by the difference between your total Cost of Attendance and any other financial aid.
For many students and parents, private loans represent an important resource to help finance educational expenses. Private loans can help fill the gap between need-based financial aid and your total educational costs.
529 College Savings plan checks for tuition and books cannot be combined as the funds go to two different businesses.